Taiyo – Ken Ishii & Marc Romboy

Taiyo
Marc Romboy & Ken Ishii

Design by Hort

Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988) – Untitled, 1982

Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988)
Untitled, 1982
Oil stick on paper
42⅝ × 30 in (108.3 × 76.2 cm)
Estimate: £1,000,000–1,500,000

From the collection of Adam Clayton from U2. This work is offered in the Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Auction on 7 March at Christie’s London.

Christie’s

Anna Herrin by Kyle Deleu

Anna Herrin by Kyle Deleu

Kyle Deleu Photography

Everything Falls Faster Than an Anvil – Curated by CHEWDAY’S

Everything Falls Faster Than an Anvil
Curated by CHEWDAY’S
Catharine Ahearn / Alistair Frost / Philip Guston / Ella Kruglyanskaya Tala Madani / Yoan Mudry / Marlie Mul / Yoshitomo Nara / Claes Oldenburg / Oliver Osborne / Carl Ostendarp / Torbjørn Rødland / Paul Thek / Peter Wächtler / John Wesley
8 May — 18 June, 2014
Pace Gallery, London

CHEWDAY’S

Jean‐Michel Basquiat – Beef Ribs Longhorn, 1982

Beef Ribs Longhorn, 1982
Jean‐Michel Basquiat
acrylic, oilstick, and paper collage on canvas mounted on tied wood supports
60 x 60 in. (152.4 x 152.4 cm)

Anthon Beeke – It’s a Miracle!

It’s a Miracle!
Anthon Beeke

Paperback with flaps
448 pages
27 x 21 cm

BIS Publishers
beeke.nl

Jean-Michel Basquiat – Beat Bop. Test Pressing, Version One, Volume One, 1983

Jean-Michel Basquiat
Beat Bop. Test Pressing, Version One, Volume One, 1983
Vinyl record with screenprint on the double-sided record jacket and label.
Tartown Record Co., New York, NY.
Overall 12.4″ x 12.4″ – 31.5 x 31.5 cm.

Rest Collection 2016 – Norm Architects

Rest Collection 2016
Norm Architects

Jean-Michel Basquiat – Venus, 1982

Jean-Michel Basquiat
Venus, 1982

Xerox and acrylic on canvas
12 x 9 in. (30.5 x 22.9 cm.)
Executed in 1982
Est. 40 000 – 60 000 USD

Phillips New York

Dana Wright, Los Angeles 2015 – Olivier Zahm

Dana Wright at the Sheats Goldstein Residence designed by John Lautner, Los Angeles, 2015.

Photography by Olivier Zahm

Purple Magazine

Gerhard Richter – Heiner Friedrich (nach einem Foto von Brigid Polk), 1970

Gerhard Richter
Heiner Friedrich (nach einem Foto von Brigid Polk), 1970

Offset lithograph in colors on smooth wove paper
Image: 15.75 x 12 in (40 x 31 cm)
Sheet: 16.8 x 12.4 in (42.5 x 31.5 cm)
Edition of 250
Signed, numbered, and stamped on verso

Paddle8

Saint Laurent F/W 2017 – Hiandra Martinez by Inez & Vinoodh

Saint Laurent F/W 2017
Hiandra Martinez by Inez & Vinoodh

Yoko XXXV, 2012 – Don Brown

Don Brown
Yoko XXXV, 2012
Acrylic composite, gesso
130 x 35 x 27 cm

Almine Rech Gallery

Wunderkind Campaign

Wunderkind. Aristocratic and dynamic irreverence.

An idea of fashion really close to art, that doesn’t follow convention because innately related to the esprit du temps. Founded by Wolfang Joop, already well-known as an illustrator, painter and designer of his own name brand, Wunderkind reinterprets the elegance of the Prussian past and the atmosphere of a sophisticated Berlin into a near future. Joop breaks with convention and elaborates contrasts in order to design an original contemporary.

Wunderkind

Fleet Ilya – High-fashion Fetishism

Fleet Ilya AW16 campaign
Photography by Jeff Hahn

Fleet Ilya

Yoko XXXIV, 2012 – Don Brown

Don Brown
Yoko XXXIV, 2012
Acrylic composite, gesso
130 x 35 x 27 cm

Almine Rech Gallery

Soap Opera Magazine #2 – Emanuele Ferrari

Emanuaele Ferrari

Ziggy – Nudie Jeans Co

Ziggy
Biker Worn Leather Jacket
Black

Nudie Jeans Co

The Village Office Space — Norm Architects

Norm Architects

Christine Kohler, New York 2015 – Olivier Zahm

Photography by Olivier Zahm

Purple Magazine

Soap Opera Magazine #1 – Emanuele Ferrari

Emanuele Ferrari

On Making Better Porn – Alain De Botton

Maidenfed, New York 2015

On Making Better Porn

Words by Alain De Botton
Photography by Olivier Zahm

The online world is flooded with every conceivable kind of sexual image. A substantial percentage of all Internet searches – perhaps as high as 25% – are for pornographic material. Even its detractors have to concede that, by the standards of sheer volume at least, the porn industry seems to be hugely successful. It appears to have tapped into a core demand of humanity, however awkward it might at times feel about admitting this… read more

Purple Magazine

Paula Scher – Works (Special boxed signed edition)

Paula Scher: Works (Special boxed signed edition) [Unit 30]
Editors: Tony Brook & Adrian Shaughnessy
Design: Spin
Edition of 100

“Paula Scher is the most influential woman graphic designer on the planet”
Ellen Lupton
Abstract: The Art of Design, Netflix

This definitive, chronological visual record spans Paula’s early days in the music industry as an art director with CBS and Atlantic records; the launch of her first studio, Koppel & Scher; and her 25-year engagement with Pentagram.

The monograph is also a visual record of contemporary New York’s urban fabric, indelibly transformed by the designer’s innovative approach to environmental graphics and identity design: from MoMA to Charter Schools; from the High Line to Shake Shack.

Her logos for global corporations and cultural institutions have cemented her reputation as a giant of identity design.

A large section is devoted to the designer’s socially and politically-motivated posters, New York Times Op-Ed illustrations and campaign work.

The book also provides the most up-to-date look at Paula’s idiosyncratic hand-painted maps, an unusually prolific artistic practice complementing her still-growing graphic legacy.

In a long interview, Paula’s frank and open words lay bare the reality of design culture in the USA. The 520-page book is designed by Spin, under the creative direction of Tony Brook.

Paula, the ‘accidental postmodernist,’ has come to be seen as an emblem of American design: a ‘master conjurer of the instantly familiar.’ (ted.com)

Size: 203mm×258mm
Pages: 520pp
Print: Four colour litho
Binding: Lay-flat bound
Special Features: Screen printed board cover with edge printing. Presented in a box, signed by Paula Scher with original art.
ISBN: 9780995666412

Unit Editions

KesselsKramer – 20 Years, 19 Objects, 18 Stories

20 Years, 19 Objects, 18 Stories
KesselsKramer

KesselsKramer turned 20 this year.

We did this with the help of 217 talented people who created 2.079 campaigns for 385 brands and organisations, some of which were covered by 128 journalists.

When inviting the media to write about what we do, we always try to put the work first. For our 20th anniversary, we took the liberty of making an exception. This book is a collection of stories that happened while we were making the work. We hope you like them – you may be in one of them.

Color, 175x110mm
176 pages
Hard cover
ISBN 978-90-704784-8-3

Kesselskramer Publishing

Paula Scher – Works

Paula Scher: Works (Hardback edition) [Unit 30]
Editors: Tony Brook & Adrian Shaughnessy
Design: Spin
Edition of 1,000

‘Paula Scher is the most influential woman graphic designer on the planet’
Ellen Lupton
Abstract: The Art of Design, Netflix

This definitive, chronological visual record spans Paula’s early days in the music industry as an art director with CBS and Atlantic records; the launch of her first studio, Koppel & Scher; and her 25-year engagement with Pentagram.

The monograph is also a visual record of contemporary New York’s urban fabric, indelibly transformed by the designer’s innovative approach to environmental graphics and identity design: from MoMA to Charter Schools; from the High Line to Shake Shack.

Her logos for global corporations and cultural institutions have cemented her reputation as a giant of identity design.

A large section is devoted to the designer’s socially and politically-motivated posters, New York Times Op-Ed illustrations and campaign work.

The book also provides the most up-to-date look at Paula’s idiosyncratic hand-painted maps, an unusually prolific artistic practice complementing her still-growing graphic legacy.

In a long interview, Paula’s frank and open words lay bare the reality of design culture in the USA. The 520-page book is designed by Spin, under the creative direction of Tony Brook.

Paula, the ‘accidental postmodernist,’ has come to be seen as an emblem of American design: a ‘master conjurer of the instantly familiar.’ (ted.com)

Size: 203mm×258mm
Pages: 520pp
Print: Four colour litho
Binding: Lay-flat bound
Special Features: Screen printed board cover with edge printing
ISBN: 9780995666412

Unit Editions

Higher Ground – Espresso Melbourne

Higher Ground

The undisputed kings and queens of Melbourne’s hospitality scene, Nathan Toleman, Ben Clark, Sam Slattery and Diamond Rozakeas – along with Nate Wilkins and Kim Sheridan for this venture – unveiled Higher Ground in mid-2016, a suave and handsome sibling to widely adored The Kettle Black and Top Paddock.

Photography by Guy Lavoipierre

Espresso Melbourne

Christy Turlington by Peter Lindbergh, 1993

Prada Fall/Winter 1993
Christy Turlington by Peter Lindbergh

Yoshihiko Ueda – Misaki, 2003

Yoshihiko Ueda
From the series Misaki, 2003

FHK Henrion – The Complete Designer

FHK Henrion
The Complete Designer [Unit 13]
Author: Adrian Shaughnessy
Design: Spin

Edition of 2000

FHK Henrion has no equal in British graphic design. No UK designer – then or now – can match his sheer depth of accomplishments and range of abilities. He had an exceptional talent for rational and systematic graphic design at a time when design was still a cottage industry. Almost single-handedly he created the model of the modern professional graphic designer.

Born in Germany, he trained as a textile designer before becoming a skilled and celebrated poster artist. As a British citizen after WWII, he designed publications, exhibitions, household products, interiors and jewellery, and in the 1960s he became the founding father of modern corporate identity in Europe.

Henrion was also a notable design educator, and an energetic spokesman for his profession. He published books, wrote articles, lectured extensively and was the force behind numerous design organizations. He was admired and liked by his employees, pupils and associates, and especially by his clients. But he was also a designer with a social conscience, and a designer who rebelled against the over-commercialisation of the design profession in the 1980s – a profession that he had helped create.

This book is the first comprehensive monograph of the work of FHK Henrion. Lavishly illustrated it charts his early experiments as a pre-war poster artist and culminates in his work as the creator of some of the most celebrated logos and identities of the 20th century, including Tate+Lyle, KLM, Blue Circle Cement and LEB.

Format: Hardback
Size: 190mm×245mm
Pages: 544
Colour: Four colour litho print
Special Features: Foiled cover and slipcase
ISBN 978-0-9575114-2-2

Unit Editions

Acne Studios – Emoji SS17

Fint Peace Black Bleach
Acne Studios Fint Peace black bleach is a vintage feel, bleached sweater with peace sign embroidery. Due to the individual dying of every garment, each item holds a unique appearance.

Acne Studios

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